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is for county executive. >> voters will decide today between kevin kamenetz and joe bartenfelder. kim dacey has more. >> the race between joe bartenfelder and kevin kamenetz is so tight, the both were pressing for more votes. kevin kamenetz has served on the county council for 16 years. so has his opponent, joe bartenfelder. he appeared last night in woodlawn to talk to voters to there. he is endorsed by county police and fire unions. kamenetz has an endorsement from "the baltimore sun." >> i think i have the right combination of experience and vision to move the county forward. >> keeping our neighborhood safe and having an efficient government that delivers a basic services. >> i do not think you need to be a lawyer to be a ceo. we have been successful. i have been in the legislature before this, nine years on the appropriations committee. >> the winner will face kenneth holtz who is running unopposed. polls will be open until 8:00 p.m. tonight. reporting live, kim dacey, wbal- tv 11 news. >> stay with wbal tv for the latest news and results. you can find a voters guide on the website, wbaltv
doors in just a few hours. >> it got the ok last night. kim dacey is live here in the studio with more. >> hollywood casino got the official green light after a trial run went well saturday night. it will be maryland's first slots casino to open since casinos were banned in the 1960's. the casino is opening three days earlier than scheduled because construction finished earlier than expected. it has 1500 slot machines but no table games. 350 new jobs have been created. 80% of the new employees are from cecil and harford counties. this is a new era in maryland. >> we are excited. all of our cast members were smiling from ear to ear yesterday. >> the casino will open its doors at 8:00 a.m. this morning. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a white supremacist will learn his fate when he appears in court later today. the man is scheduled to be sentenced this morning for the 2009 attack on a man in baltimore. the judge is expected to impose 31 years. >> it is expected that the judge will impose the sentence at the time of the plea, which is 31 years. 30 years for the armed carjacking, 25 years c
likely mean less money spent on advertising here. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. a home collapsed and calling attention the housing problem. firefighters were brought to the scene for p.m. yesterday. nobody was trapped under the rubble. there are 30,000 vacant homes in the city. it is a matter of time before one collapses on top boat somebody. >> once the water gets in them and the walls start decaying, is a matter of time before they fall in. >> for years and years. do something with it. don't just let them sit there and sit there. the same thing will happen again. nobody was hurt this time. eventually, somebody is going to get hurt. >> you can dial 311 to report vacant homes that look structurally unsound. they will arrange to shore up or demolish homes that pose a threat. >> dna evidence took center stage in the ken harris murder trial. kelly miller spent the day saying how police were charged the three defendants. testimony resumes later today. a white supremacist will spend 31 days in prison for an attack on an elderly fishermen. the judge sentenced the man to 31 ye
this morning. >> kim dacey is live at a polling place in northwest baltimore with that story. >> early voting centers will be open today. they opened on friday and so far nearly 23,000 people statewide have cast their ballots. one of the biggest raises is the race for maryland's governor. bob ehrlich hit the television airwaves yesterday with his first ad of the election season. he reintroduce himself to maryland voters and outlines his goals for voters -- improve schools and fix the budget. we showed the spot to a political analyst. he said it looks good esthetically and matches the positivity for martin o'malley's ad. there are no specifics as to how he will accomplish those goals. but it's too early for details packwood voters want to know how you're going to help us out of the recession. >> the o'malley campaign quickly e-mailed the newsroom with a response to the ad.. "bob ehrlich is once again distorting the facts and making more empty promises." early voting centers will be opened again today across the state. the five polling places in baltimore will be opened from 10:00 a.m. until 8:
power all day. >> crews were working over at night to help restore power. kim dacey joins us live with the details. >> crews have been out here all night on the scene and get seen to be out here. they will be out here until all the power has been restored. some customers to have their power restored. others will be without power till this afternoon. something went wrong with an underground power cable. some transformers blew. video of this fire shows it was a big mess that left dozens of restaurants and residents without power on sunday. residents reached for flashlights and candlelight. one restaurant brought in 700 pounds of dry ice to keep their ravioli cool. there were forced to shut down on what should have been a busy sunday. >> it is always busy went there is football going on. it is a big loss. tens of thousands. >> what caused the power cable to below is still under investigation. all of the power should be back on it sometime later this afternoon. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> it wasn't the only big fire yesterday. this blaze in northwest baltimore escalated to three al
first television ad entitled "let's get to work." >> kim dacey joins us live from northwest baltimore with details. >> early voting polling places opened on friday. nearly 23,000 people statewide have cast their ballots already. those who have not have more to think about as bob ehrlich hit the tv airwaves. >> i am bob ehrlich. >> in his first television ad, bob ehrlich reintroduced himself to maryland voters. >> i am not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. >> he showed the -- we showed the spot to a political analyst. >> it was a perfect ad for his campaign. ad looks good. >> the esthetics always matter with ads. there are subtle things, but it is important as to getting the mood of the candidate. >> it outlines his major goals -- help small businesses, protect the bay, and -- >> fix the budget. >> "bob ehrlich is once again distorting the facts and making more empty promises as he tries to run away from his record." early never provide -- bob ehrlich never provided specifics as to how he will accomplish these goals. >> voters want to know how you will help us out of
. kim dacey is live in curtis bay with more. >> we are expecting to hear from the coast guard in about an hour about their preparations and conditions on the water. city officials held press conference to tell residents to be prepared for emergency situations like we have seen with other storms. these include having an emergency kit of supplies and batteries and 3-day supply of hot weather. -- 3-day supply of bottled water. stay tuned to television and radio for updates on the course of the storm. >> the storms are expected to come dangerously close to the eastern shores of our state. and a small shift, and this is always a problem in baltimore, could have a major impact. we can have severe weather in baltimore. >> you want to stay tuned to channel 11. we will of the latest tonight on 5:00 and 6:00. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> ocean city is now under a hurricane watch, and the area in north carolina of the outer banks is under hurricane warning. it is moving to the northwest at about 16 miles per hour. the area that you see north of the carolina-virginia border all the way to the ba
airlines could be on the horizon. >> kim dacey joins us live from federal hill with more on what this will mean for the airport and baltimore. >> southwest is the largest air carrier in baltimore. one economist says the announcement will mean good things for baltimore and bwi southwest airlines is the largest carrier for bwi, running 140 flights out of baltimore. a merger between southwest and airtran will mean more flights and more passengers. passengers will spend more money on things like parking and a food. that translates into more money for the city and state. >> there could be benefits for hotels if baltimore is a more convenient destination. convention planners will choose hotels here. that is good news. >> there are still some unanswered questions about the deal. no decisions have been made about eliminating employees. there will likely be job losses on the corporate level. more jobs could come to baltimore. >> southwest gets bigger at bwi. there are more flights. more flights mean more people needed to book the flights, to help passengers, including screening them throu
the word out while hands-free devices are flying off the shelf and neighborhood stores. kim dacey has more. >> it will be a secondary offense to hold a cell phone while you're driving. people have to buy hands-free devices. a best buy in glen bernie was packed with people looking for them. todd heap was there helping have people comply, and also to sign autographs. officers know just how dangerous it distracted driving can be. >> i have a firsthand experience with a family member who was talking on the phone and crashed. this was a triple to using a cell phone while driving. >> anything we can do to help people stay focused on the road will make a difference in their job. >> maryland will become the eighth state to ban hand held cell phone use well driving. >> thank you. a gang leader will spend the rest of his life in a prison. rawlings was convicted. there was an impassioned plea for justice. >> i had to speak up for him, for justice for him. he cannot speak for himself. he is gone. i have to make sure that they were held accountable. >> rawlings is already serving five years on a sense
. right now your morning commute with kim dacey. >> we have some good news. we have no accidents to report. it is smooth sailing out there. 66 on the northeast corner. 65 on the topside of the beltway. 58 on the west side of the beltway. no delays. 11 minutes on the outer loop topside from 95 to 83. eight minutes between the harbor tunnel toll plaza and 95, 9 minutes. looking at no delays at all. this is that old court road. very light volume for this time of the morning. 95 north of the beltway, you can see stop on traffic is a little heavier northbound. no delays just yet. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> things will try to return to normal at johns hopkins hospital following yesterday's deadly triple shooting. >> jennifer franciotti is live with more on the story. >> there was a police tape yesterday. it will try to be business as usual today. paul pardus is the suspect. he was upset after receiving medical information about his mother. he pulled out a gun and shot the doctor. that doctor has been identified as dr. david cohen, a spinal surgeon at the hospital. we will have mo
. >> that's always good news. kim dacey live downtown this morning with the details. hi, kim. >> hi, mindy. the orioles played in town here at camden yards, so, of course, o's fans showed up, but so did fans for their opponent, the new york yankees. local yankee fans came in by the bus load for the weekend series, and in the ravens game, televised from cincinnati, and it created big business for anybody selling anything downtown, from hotel suites to shirts to spirits. thousands of sports fans came downtown to watch the teams play. pickles pub across the street from camden yards says this weekend is the busiest they've had all season, with more than $10,000 in sales. so business owners are happy, and the sports fans say they had a good time, too, even sharing the town with fans from a rival team. >> you know, i really appreciate the yankee fans coming down. they're helping out the city, absolutely. i think we had a sellout, almost a sellout crowd last night and the night before. what i necessarily don't appreciate is just the actual fans themselves, the actual fans themselves. >> now, the
ehrlich released his first tv ad this weekend. >> early voting in the state continues. kim dacey is live in northwest baltimore with details. >> early voting centers will be open again today despite the holiday. they opened on friday and so far 23,000 people have cast their ballots statewide. one of the biggest races is the race for governor. bob ehrlich hit the television airwaves yesterday. the ad is entitled to "let's get to work." we showed the spot to a political analyst. he said it looks good and matches the positivity that martin o'malley's ad. there are no specifics as to how he will meet those goals. >> voters want to know how you are going to help us out of the recession. >> the o'malley campaign quickly e-mailed the newsroom with a response. "it is pie in the sky. he is making more empty promises as it tries to run away from his record." those early voting centers will be open today. the five polling places in baltimore will be open from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. today through thursday. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. our coverage continues on our website. it would
long. >> kim dacey joins us with more details. good morning. >> crews have been out all night and they remain on the scene this morning trying to fix the problem. about 40 customers have already had their power restored. the rest will have their power on later today. something went wrong with an underground power cable. some transformers blew. video was shot of the fire. it was a big mess that left dozens of restaurants without power. they reached for flashlights and candles. restaurants and needed to salvage a food. several hundred pounds of dry ice was broadened to keep the food cool. there were shot down on what should have been a busy sunday. >> it is always good when there is football going on. it is a big loss. tens of thousands of dollars. >> b.g.e. is still investigating what caused that cable to blow. most of their customers should have their power back on bite this afternoon. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> 3 townhomes were damaged after a fire that happened just after 4:00 a.m. yesterday morning. fire officials say it's part in a home that was being renovated. it the
. >> an underground fire cuts off power to many in little italy. >> the fire started yesterday. kim dacey is live at the scene in southeast baltimore with details. >> about 120 customers were without power yesterday. crews have been on the scene all night. they're trying to fix the problem. 40 customers have their power on now. the rest will get their power later today. the problem stems from a faulty cable. flames and smoke. this was in the heart of little italy. this video was shot at 7:00 a.m. yesterday morning when an electrical cable failed and some aansformers blew, adding to big mess that left dozens of restaurants and residents without power. >> i do not remembered a shake up like this for a long time. >> this woman spent sunday in searching for whites. restaurants searched for ways to salvage food. >> it is all in the freezer. >> 700 pounds of dry ice were brought it for customers who have to wait until monday to meet debt ravioli. >> it is always good when football is on. it's a big loss. >> tens of thousands. >> despite the loss, this neighborhood has not lost its sense of humor. >> a
last night to open earlier than planned. kim dacey joins us live with more. >> hollywood casino got the official green light after a trial run went well saturday night. it will be maryland's first slots casino opened. voters approved a slots on referendum in 2008. the perryville casino is opening three days earlier than scheduled because construction finished more quickly than expected. no table games. 350 new jobs have been created. 80% of the new employees are from cecil and harford counties. they are proud to be starting a new era in maryland deeming. >> all our cast members are smiling from ear to ear. >> the casino will open its doors at 8:00 a.m. this morning. reporting live, kim dacey, wbal- tv 11 news. >> police are charging a patient in howard county with the murder of a fellow patient. a hospital nurse found susan sachs dead yesterday morning. saladin taylor is charged in the strangulation. susan sachs was accused of stabbing a social worker back in 2004. a woman isn't shock trauma after she was shot during a domestic dispute. this was just before 4:00 p.m. sunday afternoo
hotly contested races is for the democratic nomination for city state's attorney. kim dacey joins us live with more on that race. >> patricia jessamy will take on gregg bernstein at the polls today. the baptist ministers are backing jessamy. bernstein picked up the endorsements of a well-known attorney and former judge. pat jessamy and gregg bernstein both spend part of the last day before the primary campaigning. both picked up endorsements. billy murphy publicly declared his support for bernstein. >> considering the platforms both candidates, i think his platform is superior to hers. she had a failed tenure. >> representing more than 200 of the city's religious leaders, they are backing petraeus at jessamy. >> she understands we cannot arrest and convict our way out of our current predicament. this persistent violence that seems to plague every violence. she has been a tireless worker for prevention, for drug treatment on demand. >> both candidates got a last word on what they think needs to be done. >> i think the issues of public safety transcend race and status. >> to create a s
executive. voters will decide and kim dacey is in our newsroom with details. >> the race between joe bartenfelder and kevin is so tight. both spent the night pressing for more votes. one campaign with a purple and yellow sign for drivers. he has served on the council for 16 years. so has his opponent, joe bartenfelder. he appeared last night to talk with voters. bartenfelder is a career former. kevin has endorsements from "the baltimore sun." >> i think that i have the rights experience and knowledge to move our county forward and stress a positive message of keeping our neighborhoods safe and are schools strong and have a modern government that delivers basic services. >> if you do not need to be a lawyer to be a ceo. we have been successful. i have been in the legislature before this and on the appropriations committee. >> the winner will face a candidate who is running unopposed. the polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. tonight. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> be sure to check out our website to view or print out a voters guide. you can also learn more about the voters
that was spent on that storm. >> it is being taken over by the baltimore book festival this weekend. kim dacey -- i have all the details you need. >> prescription drugs are the fastest-growing drug problem. officials say there is something you can do to help this weekend. old gibbs canning company. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough econo
into effect on friday. >> kim dacey has the details this morning. she is live on federal hill. >> the law makes it a secondary offense to hold your cell phone while you are driving. now you have to buy a handsfree devices. the best buy in glen bernie was packed yesterday. todd heap stopped by to have people comply, and also to sign autographs. law enforcement's know just how dangerous it distracted driving can be. >> i have a firsthand experience when a family member was in a crash. it was attributable to the use of the cell phone while driving. >> anything we can do to help focusing on the road will make a difference in the jobs. >> maryland will become the banned handheld cell phone use while driving. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. ultrasound made it possible to determine the sex of a child before it was born. now there is gender selection. doctors conduct this through in vitro fertilization, making it possible to determine which are male and which are fameemale. the procedure is raising some eyebrows. >> it is potentially problematic and it does raise serious ethical issues.
with kim dacey. >> looking pretty good also as we start the labor day weekend. in ellicott city, eastbound not, there is a a downed pole and some downed wires at waverly woods drive. it is on the shoulder. there are some crews on the scene. otherwise, we are looking good. we're up to speed on the inner loop topside, eight minutes. 895 park between 95 on the south side and the harbor tunnel looking at 9 minutes. this is a live view at liberty road on the west side of the beltway. no delays to report. harford road looking good, as well. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> after watching and waiting all week, hurricane earl is making its way along the east coast this morning. >> the first signs of the storm hit the outer banks about four hours ago. mandatory evacuations have made things easier for emergency workers. >> it may very well affect all of cape cod and the islands off of cape cod with gusty winds, high surf, and hurricane conditions expected. the end of long island will get hit. it will be a close call for much of the east coast. >> officials are waiting for daybreak to begin
or lose, the games this weekend provided a big boost to baltimore businesses. i'm kim dacey. that story is straight ahead. >> and the srm officially winds down. can we continue the trend of perfect temperatures and clear skies? the insta-weather plus forecast as 11 news today continues right now. >> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> tony pann has a check of the forecast. >> no pressure, mindy, huh? you want perfect temperatures and clear skies. >> you can deliver that, i know you can. >> you're right, i can. autumn does begin wednesday night. we're counting down. the equinox is at -- >> party at your house. >> it is a big meteorological party. i don't know if you guys are invited. it's kind of wild. you know those equinox parties, i don't know. >> i'm not sure i can handle that. >> i don't know if you're ready for an equinox party, but i'll let you know. let's talk about what's happening right now. things are nice and quiet. partly cloudy skies, the temperatures are kind of mild for this time of the year, this time of the da
trauma. >> the massive new tower police is -- and kim dacey gives us a tour and putting things to the test. >> we're also checking on early morning accidents causing delays on the west side. details coming up. tony? >> we have a touch of autumn in the seven-day forecast. stay with us. not that long ago, many families were priced out of an overheated housing market. but the times have changed. get the facts at remax.com. it's a great place to see all the listings in thousands of cities and towns. with lots of houses to chose from and down-to-earth prices the dream of owning a home seems more attainable than ever. find out what an experienced re/max agent can do for you. nobody sells more real estate than re/max. visit remax.com today. >> good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. meter tony pann as a quick look at the forecast, but this time you can hear him. >> tv is always better with audio. [laughter] >> a little front coming through this morning. a few sprinkles. light rain through the western part of howard county. a 30% chance y
or not. here's kim dacey. good morning. >> good morning, john. behaving pretty well so far, no he wants or accidents to report. just one closure because of an event. the preston street is closed between howard and cathedral. that's going to be closed all weekend through sunday because of the baltimore symphony orchestra's gala and concert event going on tomorrow. so just one thing to watch out for as you're heading around town this weekend. otherwise, we are looking very nice around the area. our speed sensors show we are up to speed on all of those major roadways, and our drive times confirm that. the outer loop west side and top side, 11 minutes. 16 minutes on 895 north between 95. we'll give you a live look outside, and you can see, not many people out there. very, very nice ride on the top side of the beltway this morning, both the inner and outer loops. 95 and 32 in howard county, southbound traffic coming toward us. you can see no delays reported there just yet. and that's the latest on traffic pulse 11. back over to you. >> good morning. our big story this morning -- the controve
expected. kim dacey joins us with more on the story. >> maryland banned slots in the 1960's. hollywood casino cut the official word last night it will become the first maryland slots casino since a referendum was approved in 2008. hollywood casino got the ok after a trial run winds well saturday night. the casino has 1500 slot machines. you can experience something similar to table games. >> i am excited and all the staff is as well. all of our cast members are smiling from ear to ear. >> officials hope to help the economy in maryland. this casino has created 350 jobs. tony nylander has to commute from north east to a casino in rhode island. >> i have a 2-year-old and we have been for about eight years. it is great aunt to hear the little guy yelled daddy. >> the casino is opening three days earlier thanks to construction. officials wanted to expedite this process so maryland could compete with casinos in bordering states. other locations hoped to fall in hollywood's footsteps. the casino will open its doors at 8:00 a.m. this morning. >> a patient has been charged with the murder of a
together. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. not looking too bad. hillsdale road is closed because of fire activity in both directions between liberty heights and bel air avenue. take garrison instead. there's a crash at north carrollton. is closed. there is a vehicle fire on northbound 97. this is a live look at the west side of the beltway at liberty road. things are moving just fine. no problems or delays to report. this is a 95 at the toll plaza. no problems southbound. northbound looking good as well. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now for a final check on the buses and trains. >> still showing a few diversions on the bus lines. the 57 bus is diverting because of a morning fire. the 30 fire is diverting at light and perratt. there is a no diversion at pratt and the graieen. light rail is running with a 20- minute delay in 20 southbound direction. now back to tony pann. >> good morning. clear skies right now. no weather problems expected as everyone heads back to work and school this morning. low 60's in most places. 64 degrees in jarrettsville. we ha
accomplish these goals, but the analyst says it is too early for details. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> early voting resumed today. 22,000 people cast ballots in friday and saturday. all 36 early voting locations will be open through thursday. our coverage continues on our website, wbaltv.com. we have posted information on the candidates and the ad check reports, where you can find out if the candidates' claims are true. with a quarter of a million people on hand to cap off the unofficial end of the season, the tourist season is being called a success. although official numbers are not in, the mayor says it is up on long visitors this season. officials are counting on several more weeks of business as the end will sunset celebration kicks off at the end of the month. the storm that was the justin bieber concert blew into the state fair, and by all accounts, it was packing a powerful punch for fans and merchants. >> this pretty much says it all -- the frantic race to secure the best possible view of the teenage sensation who is taking the state fair to hold a place. -- a whole new pl
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-weather plus together. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. we have picked up an accident on route 40 at rogers avenue. police are just getting on the scene. there is the report of an accident in towson and another in baltimore. in carroll county, there is a cow in the road, so watch out for that. there is to report francis scott key highway. this is the northwest corner of the beltway at old court road. you can see the fog out there. traffic is moving ok. this is the key bridge on the east side. there are some fog warnings on the bridges in the area. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now over to john. >> thought is an issue. -- fog is in issue. queen anne county and kent county schools are delayed 90 minutes because of the fog. temperatures are route 7 with fog this morning. it will be hot and of the schubert side -- temperatures are in the 70's. we will have more on the forecast coming up in just a minute. >> good morning, everybody. the countdown continues to sunday's home opener for the ravens. they play the cleveland browns. nothing in the nfl cannot
they will never forget. kim dacey has that story. >> a plane full of soldiers returning from overseas are greeted with cheers at b.w.i. airport. senior master sergeant excited to stee his family. >> it is wonderful to be back in a free country, my country, the united states of america. >> sheshmani's five-month deployment meant he missed the start of the school year. >> a new school year has its new challenges, but if education is in your blood, that's why you do it. >> the soldiers are returning to american soldier on september 11, a significance not lost on them or their families. >> it is an honor for those that have gone before me and have not come back or were victims here on this day nine years ago. that makes me very sober minded, ten even though it is wonderful to be back. >> it is important to remember that freedom is not free and it takes a tremendous amount of sacrifice. i am proud of my husband and also the men and women that serve. i am proud of them. >> some are returning home while others are just leaving. they say it is especially poignant to leave to defend our freedom nine years
for local businesses. i'm kim dacey. i'll explain, straight ahead. >> president obama defending his economic plan, drumming up votes, and hoping to get his message into your living room. i'm kate ma'am ar ain washington to explain. >> and sarah caldwell tag a look at your morning commute. right now, looking pretty good. we'll fill you in on traffic we'll fill you in on traffic pulse 11. [captioning made possible by constellation energy] >> good monday morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> meteorologist tony pann has a check of the forecast. pretty nice weekend. >> yeah, turned out to be nice. a little warmer yesterday, temperatures in the low 80's. today we're going to dip back into the setchts, but still nice. we had a couple go through a couple of hours ago.
on our side. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. not looking too bad overall. 95 southbound in the white marsh area, there is a vehicle fire there. live drive times looking ok. 95 south to the beltway and 32, 11 minutes. in that area.good this is the topside of the beltway at harford road. use the low beams to get through the fog. traffic is moving fine. light volume. we do have flocked on. bridges. there is an accident, something to watch out for. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. good morning. >> we have a diversion on the three, 11, 64 buses diverted northbound around the book festival. the 35 bus is being diverted around pratt street. there is a diversion that light street and pratt street because of construction. metro subway is on time. no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. now back to john collins. >> thank you. look at the radar. all of the clouds part to the north of us. we do have some ground fog in the area. kent county publ
we want to see if the traffic is moving smoothly. here is kim dacey. >> things looking very nice so far on this purple friday. there is one incident to talk about. first i want to show you some live drive times. six minutes on 95 north between the beltway -- between 100 and the beltway. no delays at all to report. this is harford road. you can see there is some fog out there as you head out the door. this is 95 just north of the beltway. we do have the report of a vehicle fire in the white marsh area. it does not appear to be affecting traffic. traffic seems to be moving just fine. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> a multimillion-dollar lawsuit in howard county. a family claims the school board did not step in when the child became a victim of bullying. >> jennifer franciotti is live with more on this story. >> the family is suing for three counts of defamation of constitutional rights. they are seeking $1 million to $10 million. a student at the patapsco middle school has been believed. he was pushed and slammed into lockers and other such acts of cruelty. bullying in scho
. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. will looking very nice on this friday morning. it looks like a smooth ride around the area. 59 on the west side as you head down south on the beltway. 61 on the j.f.x., and we're looking at 65 on 95 in the northeast corner. live drive times confirm that. 95 south between the beltway and 32, 11 minutes. 895 southbound is looking at 9 minutes. very, very nice all around the area. this is ed old court road. the inner and outer loops moving in just fine. this is 95 at the for mechanic toll plaza. things are moving just fine north and southbound. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. happy friday. >> happy friday. thank you. we are looking pretty good. we have it marc train on the camden line. it is running 10 to 15 minutes late. we have on the buses, the seven, 16, 77, and 97 buses all running about 15 minutes late. there is a diversion that lie street and pratt street. the line is available 410-539- 5000 or toll free. also information available on the web at www.mta.maryland.go
airtran airways, merging the two largest discounts carriers. kim dacey joins us live from federal help with the details. >> this deal would be a billion-dollar deal. baltimore could expect to see some defects with 140 flights already out of bwi. the merger between southwest and airtran will mean more flights for carriers. there will spend more time on parking and foods. that translates into more revenue. there are some unanswered questions. no decisions have been made about eliminating employees. there will likely be job cuts at the corporate levels. more jobs could be coming to baltimore. >> southwest gets bigger at bwi. there are more flights and more people needed to service those flights, including screening them through security. >> there are positives about the merger. there could be a decrease in local ad revenue and less competition between two local airlines would lead to lower advertising. >> baltimore county police are investigating a homicide in the cockeysville. there was a fight at stone gate port about 11:30 last night. a male was found with head trauma and he was pronou
mills will have >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. not looking too bad. there is one incident in ellicott city. there is a downed pole by waverly woods drive. there are some crews on the scene. otherwise, speed sensors show we are up to speed on the major roads. 59 on the west side of the beltway. 62 on the j.f.x., and 67 on 95 in the northeast corner. we will give a live look outside at liberty road, confirming that things look great on the inner and outer loops. at harford road, same store there. very light volume. 95 looking good as well. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. we are tracking >> hurricane earl. wonder 5 miles per hour sustained winds, 87 miles southeast of cape hatteras, north carolina -- 105 miles per hour sustained winds. they dodged a bullet on the outer banks. 74 miles per hour at nags head. not bad and is moving to the north northeast. in looks like we will get a glancing blow around ocean city. tropical storm-force winds are likely later this afternoon. nothing to have the r
-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. here is kim dacey and traffic pulse 11. >> let's start on the out of the west side of the beltway. this is still causing some delays. grease on the outer loop 95. -- breeze on the outer loop 95. haddon avenue closed in the same area. columbia, fire shutting down carmel drive. report of an accident on northbound 95. we will give you a live look outside on the west side delays. from stephenson edmondson, you will see a lot of this. you might want to consider an alternate route if you can. 95 north, looks like one lane is blocked because of an accident there. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> the traffic may be busy, but the weather is not. we have mostly clear skies, and warm up quickly. 65 in catonsville, 65 in parkton. mostly sunny skies. a few high, thin clouds. it will be a lot more than over the weekend. -- a lot warmer than over the weekend. seven-day forecast, 30% chance of a thunderstorm tomorrow. >> you can check the bottom of your screen for updated news and traffic information. back in 25 minutes. >>>
this morning. and here's kim dacey. >> good morning, everyone. the biggest thing we have going on right now, northbound 795 is actually shut down right at owings mills boulevard because of a crash there involving two cars. police are on the scene, kind of a mess in that area. so avoid northbound 795 in that area if you can this morning. we'll keep an eye on that as we go through the morning rush. in savage, a crash there to watch for. and in the city, just a reminder for you, preston street is closed because of the orchestra, their gala and concert event going on. that's going to be closed through sunday. so something to be aware of as you head into the weekend. live look outside at the west side of the beltway at liberty road. inner and outer loops moving just fine, very light at 5:00 in the morning. 795 right at cook ease mill, north of where that accident has shut down northbound 795, but it looks like traffic is moving just fine right there. stan and mindy, back over to you. >> our big story this morning, controversy over florida pastor's threat to burn copies of the koran tomorrow, the
night dozens of soldiers returned. it was a moment they will never forget. kim dacey was there. >> a plane full of soldiers returning from seas are greeted with tears at b.w.i. airport. a senior master sergeant is excited to see his family. >> it is wonderful to be back in a free country, my country, the united states of america. >> seshmanian is a principal in baltimore city. his five-month deployment meant he missed the start of the school year, but he's anxious to get back to work. >> if education is in your blood, that's why you do it. >> the soldiers are returning to american soil on september 11th. a significance not lost on them or their families. >> i think it is an honor for thodse who have gone before me, and i have come back -- those who have gone before me, and i have come back. it makes me sober-minded on this anniversary. >> freedom is not free. it stakes a tremendous amount of sacrifice. i'm proud of my husband and the men and women that serve. i'm proud of them. >> some are rurk returning home while others are just leaving. they say it is especially boin poignan
morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. originally we had good news about the northbound accident on northbound 795. they had opened the shoulder, but now it's actually all clear, so all clear on 795, the lanes back open, so you shouldn't en counter any problems there. really, the only thing we have to mention is really going on in the city, baltimore symphony orchestra gala and concert this weekend, so preston is closed between cathedral and howard, closed still sunday. just a little preweekend planning for you. speed censors are checking out ok. -- speed censors are checking out ok. 64, top side of the beltway. looking at 66 at 95 and the northeast corner. liberty road, volume building on both the inner and outer loops. switching over to a live view of 895 right at the beltway, both of those looking just fine. and that's the latest on traffic pulse 11. now for a final check of the buses and trains, we turn to kurt kroncke of the m.t.a. happy friday, kurt. >> happy friday to you, as well. and we're looking pretty good. we have a slight delay on the metro subway running a
traffic and revilet lies -- revitalize the community. kim dacey has that story. >> this is the first step to bringing down the massive concrete which is the highway to nowhere in west baltimore. construction in what is now highway 40 was home -- halted in the 1970's but not before this part was constructed. >> for my entire life the highway to nowhere has been an unfortunate part of west baltimore's landscape. it divided communities and put a halt to the progress in once promising neighborhoods. >> but now the concrete will start to come down and remove the barrier that has separated west side communities. >> it is a story of communities coming back together, of communities moving maryland forward by becoming better connected. >> once the concrete comes down, the groupped -- ground will be leveled and the empty area will be made into green space for the community and extend the parking lot for the west baltimore marc train station. >> with the completed work, we can begin the redline in earnest. the redline will create jobs and spur development athis route. >> the work is possible due to
traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. we have picked up an accident on the outlook west side of the beltway approaching frederick road. we're seeing a back up in that area. fire activity has shut down hills delaware road in both directions. liberty heights is closed. the alternate is garrison to get around that. in columbia, a fire has shut down harmel drive. the alternate there is cedar lane. a live look at the west side of the beltway shows things are moving fine. we're seeing problems south. very heavy north and southbound. no official polite reported there. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> we are off to a quiet start on this tuesday as everybody goes back to work and school. 62 at the airport. 58 in york, pennsylvania. it will be a lot warmer than yesterday with high temperatures in the upper 80's under mostly sunny skies. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. but first we sent it over to the man. it's almost time for football season. here is keith mills. >> maryland
them. kim dacey has their story. >> the 12 chefs of the food works kitchen are cooking up delicious food. these chefs are students just six weeks into a 14-week training program. >> what we do, we bring in folks that are either under-employed or unemployed, and we give them the opportunity to put them through a quite intense 14-week program. >> the students spend part of their day in the classroom learning the fundamentals of food and working as a head chef. then they take that knowledge into the kitchen, whipping up nutritious and tasty meals using the money donated to the food bank. >> i learned new skills. this program has helped me. >> the food the chefs prepare is placed into vacuum seal bags and frozen to family-sized portions for agency -- agencies to distribute. in addition, student chefs are getting priceless, practical experience. >> the whole point and the goal, once we're done, 14 weeks later, is to get them fully employed. hopefully a great-paying job, great benefits. >> this is taking students closer to achieving their dreams one job at a time. >> a cruise ship. >> to
.s. >> kim dacey shows us a site that could save consumers big bucks. >> the reserve restaurant is l always looking for dew customers. they don't get a lot of foot traffic, so they kinded up with a new web site called ever save baltimore. >> we're trying to get new clientele in here. any time we have an opportunity to offer people to come down and check us out at a new price, it doesn't benefit us. we hope they will keep coming back and tell their friends. >> a deal a day on restaurants, shops, and services if a specific city for those who sign up. frequent, the reserve is offering a $40 gift card for $20. the difference for ever save is some of those profits go to a local charity. >> of course being a business and a neighborhood business, we do want to give back to charities, and we chose to do luke ma and limb phonia, so a -- lukemia and lymphhoma. >> the owners hope it will be just as successful for them as some of the other sites they already use. >> we get a lot of conscious shoppers. so it offers us to give them a deal and also a chance to come out and see our place. >> in south balti
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